The more I think about this episode, the more I like it. I didn't think this was a filler episode. That would make them all fall into line. The bulk of the action centered on the happenings at Arkadia as Raven and Sinclair figured out how to activate A. And Raven is still too, well, fascinated by it all back at Arkadia and Monty is in denial with the City of Light idea. I expected Lexa and Lincolns deaths, but this caught me off guard, with so many main cast adults in precarious positions i thought Sinclair would be safe for a while.
Honestly though, I thought Jaha was going to die on the Ark when he was originally left there. And honestly, has Emerson just been carrying around that damn music box this whole time? We need them for next year. And, well, as dark Raven said last week, Bellamy seems to be realizing that he is more comfortable being Clarke's right hand and it allows him to work on his own stuff without having to make big life decisions for a group, but other than strategy points, he isn't going to question her. This episode was not bad, but it was definitely a little off-kilter. Still don't exactly know how the chip works.
It seems while Clarke is a little past that Lexa herself is actually in the A. Unbelievable that Ontari fell for this. She was unable to let Raven die to save herself and so she's an acolyte of A. I wonder if this will make either the monster producers of Teen Wolf take a step back and go, wait, maybe we should revisit our bad guys because we are heading into a season where I know at least one of them is in a heavy overcoat and has a hat. It gives me the time to ask myself the Why and the How? Nie ponosimy odpowiedzialności za pliki dodane przez użytkowników.
Those two are always better together than apart. Ontari just took the pill? And, well, we all know Jasper's demons. Now that number is down to one and it has little to do with him being a bad guy, he just bores me. With the chip she's no longer going have any personality, I looked forward to her scenes but not anymore. I loved that scene during the funeral where the camera focused on them standing behind the fire.
They're all they have in this world. The band was back together, but not really, not until they faced a common danger as they did with Mt. Everyone has a weakness—even people who know the dangers of the chip and of A. Jeżeli lubisz takie serwisy jak ekino, cda, zalukaj, kinomaniak, filmweb, weeb itp. Clarke and Bellamy's plan seemed weak, but that may be because they're still out of sync. In terms of her single minded quest to become Commander i disagree. Why didn't Marcus and detained Pike arrive there before Jaha? The 100 has had some awfully impressive redemption arcs.
I may be alone but i personally think the character Ontari has more to offer. And the Jaha thing would have happened anyway, and I sort of feel like a guilt ridden Clarke might have been Alie's first target even more than Raven. And there was a bit of forward movement concerning the mail storyline Ontari getting chipped. It's not enough to reform blood must not have blood, there needs to be a policy in place for dealing with people like Emerson. . Can't say i knew you very well. I didn't mind this episode but we are getting dangerously close to the finale so I didn't think they could afford to have a filler episode.
But i couldn't have guessed that there was a map, how convenient, with the location of Luna in it. Those are the type of scenes I imagine in my head. That was pretty well foreshadowed in this episode. Also Emerson came out of nowhere. I do wonder where Kane and Pike are with the rest of the Grounder blockade.
They still have Pike, Jackson, Ontari and maybe Roan to kill off. He is seemingly everywhere on television and film. Roszczenia dotyczące praw autorskich prosimy zgłaszać bezpośrednio do hostingodawcy. On a lighter note, I saw Ricky Whittle's name on the opening credits and thought he'd be in a flashback or something. Raven was once so desperate not to feel pain that she took the chip.